According to lawyer, it is the "largest sexual abuse settlement against a university in US history."Los Angeles:
A top California university has agreed to pay more than $1 billion to hundreds of alleged sex abuse victims of campus gynecologist George Tyndall, a lawyer representing plaintiffs said Thursday.
University of Southern California reached a $842.4 million settlement approved at Los Angeles Superior Court, lawyer Gloria Allred said in a statement, on top of $215 million agreed to in a 2018 federal class action case.
According to Allred, it is the "largest sexual abuse settlement against a university in US history."
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